Last week, I started digging into Iron Man 3 and what truth the movie could hold for someone with a Christian perspective. We went through how the way we treat people, even without thinking about it – usually without thinking about it – can make enemies. At the very least, can set up first impressions that aren’t easily overcome. Continue reading
“We create our own demons.” Tony Stark’s voice comes over images of his Iron Man suits blowing to bits in slow motion. The words grabbed my attention right away, riveting me to my seat as I saw the movie the first time, then later as I contemplated what I’d seen. Continue reading
For the poor repressed LIBRARIAN, romance is only something she reads about in books. She doesn’t interact with people in general so doesn’t expect to meet the guy. But I’ll tell you, that guy has to be a pretty unique sort to not only capture the LIBRARIAN’s attention, but also hold it! Because she’s inexperienced, though, she’s rather an empty slate with love and can work with several different types. Continue reading
I know, movies are supposed to be escape from work. But I can’t help it. When I watch, I have a blast dissecting the main characters and their relationship, then I dig into the plot and structure of the story. And this movie gave me the perfect specimen for all of it! Read on story-lover!
I’m so excited today to be spending some time with lead character Lily Farnsworth. She’s the heroine from Love In Bloom by Arlene James, Book 1 of The Heart of Main Street continuity series from Love Inspired. She sounds like an intriguing character, but I think I’ve pegged her archetype. See if you can! Continue reading
Last week I had so much fun conjuring up romances for the SPUNKY KID, I decided I needed to do that for all of the heroines. Maybe it will help them to steer clear of the guys who will be totally wrong for them! Through the summer, my Thursday posts will be the romances set up by the Wednesday posts heroines. You won’t want to miss these. Continue reading
Love is in the air, and isn’t that the typical status of a Disney princess? Well, the ones who are WAIFs anyway. It occurred to me that I didn’t specify those yesterday. Maybe I should do that before we try to find romance for the archetype. Continue reading
Yesterday, we met the CRUSADER character archetype. Today, we’re going to let the men meet her and see what they think. Ready for a little romance? My version of the Bachelor-ette! LOL! Continue reading